Franconia Crime Summary July 21, 2012


    

Fairfax County Police Department
Franconia District Station

6121 Franconia Road, Alexandria, VA 22310
703-922-0889. TTY 711. Fax 703-719-6436
www.fairfaxcounty.gov/police/stations/franconia
Date Released 07/24/12
Contact: Officer Brooke Wright/ 703-922-0889
Information Bulletin: Crime Summary

 FRANCONIA DISTRICT STATION

CRIME SUMMARY

July 15-21, 2012

This crime summary is organized by Police Service Area (PSA). The Franconia Police District has five PSAs. They are 600, 610, 620, 630, and 640. To see which PSA you are in go to the map on our web page using the following link:http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/police/stations/franconia/

600

Larceny, 5600 Block of GENERAL WASHINGTON DR, 7/15/12. A former employee stole food and money from the business.

Larceny, 5800 Block of HEMING AVE, 7/18/12. A car window was broken out.  Stereo equipment, a GPS and sunglasses were stolen.

Larceny, 5500 Block of CALLCOTT WAY, 7/18/12. A bike was stolen from a storage unit.

Larceny, 5500 Block of EARLEHURST ST, 7/19/12. The passenger side window of a vehicle was smashed. A GPS and sunglasses were stolen.

Larceny, 7200 Block of CATLETT ST, 7/19/12. The passenger side window of a vehicle was smashed. CDs and cash were stolen.

Destruction, 7100 Block of LITTLE RIVER TPKE, 7/20/12. A vehicle window was smashed; a camera and iPad were stolen.

Drugs, BLOOMFIELD DR / EDSALL RD, 7/20/12. Following a traffic stop, an individual was found to be in possession of marijuana.

Drugs, 4500 Block of BACKLICK RD, 7/20/12. Following a traffic stop, an individual was found to be in possession of marijuana.

Larceny, 7100 Block of LITTLE RIVER TPKE, 7/20/12. A vehicle window was smashed; a purse was stolen.

Larceny, 7100 Block of LITTLE RIVER TPKE, 7/20/12. Avehicle window was smashed; a digital camera and an iPod were stolen.

Larceny, 5600 Block of INDEPENDENCE CIR, 7/21/12. A wallet was stolen from an unlocked vehicle.

610

Drugs, 7000 Block of FLOYD AVE, 7/17/12. Following a traffic stop, an individual was found to be in possession of marijuana.

Drugs, BACKLICK RD / HIGHLAND ST, 7/18/12. Following a traffic stop, an individual was found to be in possession of marijuana.

Burglary/Breaking & Entering, 7000 Block of SPRING GARDEN DR, 7/19/12. An individual known to the residents was arrested after illegally entering the residence and stealing laptops and cash from the property.

Drugs, 6800 Block of SPRINGFIELD BLVD, 7/19/12. An individual was found to be in possession of marijuana.

Larceny, 6400 Block of SPRINGFIELD PLZ, 7/19/12. Attempted shoplifting.

Drugs, 6800 Block of SPRINGFIELD BLVD, 7/21/12. An individual was found to be in possession of marijuana.

Larceny, 6800 Block of COMMERCE ST, 7/21/12. An unattended wallet was stolen.

Larceny, 6900 Block of HECHINGER DR, 7/21/12. A cell phone was stolen from a purse.

620

Larceny, 6700 Block of METROPOLITAN CENTER DR, 7/15/12. Clothing was stolen from a vehicle.

Larceny, 6600 Block of COMMERCE ST, 7/15/12. An unattended iPhone was stolen from a table.

Destruction of Property, 6700 Block of COMMERCE ST, 7/16/12. A vehicle lock was damaged by someone attempting to gain entry into the vehicle.

Larceny, 6600 Block of SPRINGFIELD MALL, 7/16/12. Attempted shoplifting.

Motor Vehicle Theft, 6700 Block of COMMERCE ST, 7/16/12. An ignition was stolen from a vehicle.

Motor Vehicle Theft, 6700 Block of COMMERCE ST, 7/16/12. A box rental truck was stolen from a hotel parking lot.

Drugs, 3000 Block of ELMWOOD DR, 7/17/12. Following a traffic stop, an individual was found to be in possession of marijuana.

Motor Vehicle Theft, 4600 Block of APPLE TREE DR, 7/18/12. A van was stolen.

Drugs, 5700 Block of EVERGREEN KNOLL CT, 7/19/12. An individual was found to be in possession of marijuana.

Larceny, 6400 Block of SPRINGFIELD MALL, 7/19/12. Attempted shoplifting.

Larceny, 6600 Block of FRONTIER DR, 7/19/12. Tools were stolen from a work truck.

Drugs, 4100 Block of DUVAWN ST, 7/20/12. An individual was found to be in possession of marijuana.

Larceny, 5800 Block of IRON WILLOW CT, 7/20/12. A GPS unit was stolen from a vehicle.

Larceny, 6600 Block of SPRINGFIELD MALL, 7/20/12. Two individuals attempted to shoplift.

630

Larceny, HALTWHISTLE LN / LAKE VILLAGE DR, 7/15/12. A lock of a vehicle was broken; a drill and case were stolen from the vehicle.

Larceny, 7000 Block of MANCHESTER BLVD, 7/15/12. Two individuals shoplifted.

Larceny, 5800 Block of KINGSTOWNE BLVD, 7/16/12. Attempted shoplifting.

Drugs, 6600 Block of NETTIES LN, 7/17/12. Following a traffic stop, an individual was found to be in possession of marijuana.

Larceny, 5800 Block of KINGSTOWNE BLVD, 7/17/12. A purse was stolen from a shopping cart.

Drugs, 6600 Block of DESIREE CT, 7/18/12. An individual was found to be in possession of marijuana.

Motor Vehicle Theft, 6100 Block of ESSEX HOUSE SQ, 7/18/12. A motorcycle was stolen.

Larceny, 5800 Block of KINGSTOWNE BLVD, 7/19/12. Attempted shoplifting.

Larceny, 5700 Block of KINGSTOWNE BLVD, 7/19/12. Attempted shoplifting.

Larceny, 5800 Block of KINGSTOWNE CTR, 7/21/12. Attempted shoplifting.

640

Robbery, 9600 Block of HAGEL CIR, 7/15/12. An individual was robbed of his drugs and his wallet after being struck in the face. 

Larceny, 9000 Block of LORTON STATION BLVD, 7/17/12. A GPS and tire pressure gauge were stolen from an unlocked vehicle.

Larceny, 9300 Block of RICHMOND HWY, 7/19/12. An unattended iPhone was stolen from a countertop.

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